Ontario’s 2022 election is today and eligible voters will be able to cast their ballots for candidates in their electoral district. According to Elections Ontario, For residents who do not speak any English, voting information will be available in 38 different languages.
To cast a vote in Ontario, you must be 18 years of age or older on election day, be a Canadian citizen and be a resident of Ontario. Permanent residents are not eligible to vote. If you wanted to register as a voter, the deadline was on May 24 but you can still vote if you have not registered. You will just need to register your information and sign a declaration with Elections Ontario in person before casting your ballot.
If you were previously on the voter’s list and have not changed your address since the last election, you would have been sent a voter information card in the mail. A voters information card offers personalized details on where and when to vote on May 2.
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